Level of knowledge of attendees
This is a basic course no knowledge is necessary. The aim is to look at the basic principles, and local laws and regulations will naturally apply.
NB: Re : Length of this course: It can be taught as an ordinary three-day training course or in order to make the training sustainable, it can be taught as a five days’ train the trainer course.
· An introduction to cybercrime trends and challenges
· An introduction to technological developments
· Digital evidence
· Substantive law developments / Offences
· Procedural law developments / Investigative measures
· An introduction to international cooperation
1. To demonstrate how law enforcement (prosecutors, judges and defence advocates) and industry can deal with cybercrime and digital evidence.
2. The training will cover which substantive and procedural laws as well as technologies and international co-operation measures can be applied.
3. In order to fully understand the impact of technology on crime, it is necessary to gain an understanding of the fundamentals of cybercrime and how the technology functions.
4. In particular, in cases involving digital forensics in its broadest sense, this knowledge will provide context and enable informed decisions to be made throughout your interaction with the criminal justice system.
Be Aware –deploy effectively – inform - advance